WASHINGTON — The miserable flu season is winding down but not quite over yet, health officials said Wednesday, even the government picked what it hoped would be a better vaccine recipe for next fall and winter.
By Daniel Costa-Roberts
More than 1 billion young people around the world are at risk of hearing loss because of recreational exposure to loud sounds, the World Health Organization said Friday.
By William Brangham
Soccer's a contact sport. Kids can get hurt. I'm not looking to bubble-wrap my kids, but I'd be lying if I said my wife and I weren't increasingly uneasy while watching from the sidelines.
Last year was the first time North Korea allowed foreign runners to participate in the country’s Mangyongdae Prize International Marathon. But this year, due to Ebola concerns, the country has banned outsiders from participating in the race.
By Anna Sillers
One of the seven patients infected with the UCLA “superbug” is in grave danger, according to his lawyer.
By Colleen Shalby
When was the last time you woke up bright-eyed after a solid night’s rest?…
By Sarah Jane Tribble, WCPN
The average costs for an individual in the experimental program (which is called Money Follows the Person) is $49,000. Under traditional Medicaid it costs about $64,000 annually for nursing home care in Ohio.
By Associated Press
HOUSTON — Former President George H.W. Bush remains in a Houston hospital on Christmas Day after experiencing shortness of breath two days ago.
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell says health care sign-ups are off to an encouraging start, but a lot of work is still needed to make the second open enrollment season for the federal insurance market…
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
The food industry is likely to find a receptive Congress come January in its fight against mandatory labeling of genetically modified foods.
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